Asymptomatic hsv 2 dating
However, there is no way to predict the actual likelihood of asymptomatic shedding or of transmission for any particular infected person.The decision to take or not take antiviral therapy (or from a provider's perspective, to prescribe it or not) is a judgment call; there are no firm rules.There was no reason to believe I had anything, and I never would have known 'til this day.I think about how many people are left out there who are like I was, so completely unaware of what they could be spreading.
Genital herpes isn't the deal breaker that you seem to think it is. I read a thread where you said most people with asymptomatic herpes are probably those who just don't pay close attention to their genital area or minor symptoms.Well, I am one of those people who tested Pos for HSV 1&2 (Igg test which I did twice, both testing pos) and since then have been watching for any sign at all.I don't have my numbers anymore, it has been a couple years since I was tested.
But I was tested twice and I remember talking to the 'experts' at the place where I had tested, and they said the antibody numbers were pretty high like.. (Maybe that doesn't even make sense, like I said, it was a long time ago) I guess it would make sense, if I have so many antibodies, maybe thats why I never show any signs of the virus?Trust me when I say you'd rather find out you had herpes via the blood test then after you transmitted it to a partner.